She’s got legs, and legs, and some arms too…

I don’t know about you, but if you hear the premise of a new horror movie that features a lunatic retired surgeon intent on fulfilling his Moreau-ish dream of joining humans together via their gastric systems to form a literal human centipede, would you be interested? I would, but I would be unsure if I’d be comfortable with it afterwards. Well, thanks to aptly titled movie, The Human Centipede (First Sequence), we can all experience the possible visual of seeing the nutcase succeed. Do you want to know more? Yes you do, you freaks.

Internationally respected Siamese twin surgeon Dr. Josef Heiter has a demented vision for mankind’s future existence. He wants to remove human beings’ kneecaps so they have to exist on all fours and then surgically graft them mouth-to-anus to form a centipede chain. When two stranded female Americans arrive at his luxury home-cum-hospital looking for help, his long-gestating plan swiftly moves into chilling action with a shocking force. Kidnapping a third Japanese male tourist he begins the tissue matches, teeth removal and buttock moulding to create his triplet creature.

It’s had high praise at horror festivals throughout last year, so there’s no doubt that this is going to both delight and shock an audience. It’s bonkers enough to garner my attention, and it might be the first movie, in a long time, to make me rather uncomfortable. Trailer’s here, and if you feel anxious afterwards, check your gastrics!

For surgeons.

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